Category: Hong Kong

‘Escaping’ back to Mainland China

By Bonnie Lee

On the night of Sept. 3, 1975, five Finsen lamps were flickering at the Hong Kong Marine Police pier on the Lau Fau Hill. They were safeguarding the border of two worlds separated by Deep Bay. One was socialism in Mainland China; the other was capitalism in Hong Kong.

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